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Rustic Baked Chicken With Cheese and Bacon

I absolutely love the combination of chicken, melted cheese, and fried bacon. It is succulent and satisfying to the taste buds, and has such a diversity of flavors – the smoky taste of bacon and tanginess of cheese goes wonderfully well with a comfort food like baked chicken. And it’s something most everyone in your […]

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9 Reasons to Make Bone Broth

Bone broths have sustained people all over the globe for thousands of years, and are a foundational component of any cooking done in theĀ  kitchen. Whether it’s daily nourishment or needing a boost when trying to get over a cold or flu during the winter months, bone broths are the ultimate way to provide healing […]

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Easy, Exotic Grassfed Pot Roast for The Holidays

I love this time of year. There are so many great recipes for food, more it seems, than other times of the year. And, did I also mention that I love a good pot roast? My favorite foods in this world are comfort foods – especially ones that are healthy and delicious. Nothing says comfort […]

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Chicken with Roasted Vegetables

This wonderful chicken with roasted vegetables recipe for dinner (and then maybe for leftovers later) was graciously provided today by Alex from A Moderate Life. I’m knee deep in writing projects and I have some deadlines coming right up, so I’ve had little time for my blog lately. I’m so grateful for wonderful folks in […]

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Current Events in Real Food and Sustainablity – What’s Going On?

I’d like to share some important and interesting destinations I’ve recently visited on the Internet relating to real food and food politics – of course, two subjects I am keenly interested in spreading around to my readers. Here we go! The school lunch saga continues on. In this report on the New York Daily News […]

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Roasted Chicken with Tomato Cream Sauce and Vegetables

Last week, I wanted to make something with chicken that was a little out of the ordinary; something special. We prepare a roast chicken sometimes once a week (budget allowing) and use the meat for at least two meals, and then cook the carcass for broth and soup. This time, I happened to have a […]

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My Home Medicine Cabinet – What I Use to Remedy Ailments

I’ve spent a lot of years building my knowledge of natural remedies – and I’m still learning, but I am so glad I made the effort to acquire a basic understanding of how to apply natural substances to the goal of helping people in my family to feel well again when they are not feeling […]

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Shepherd’s Pie For Dinner

The one-pot meal is something I love preparing because I think somehow it makes me feel as though I’m doing less work. My affinity for these kinds of meals has caused me to get more and more creative about dinnertime solutions for our family. Unfortunately, I am known for waiting until the last minute to […]

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The Perfect Evening – Dinner, Champagne, Dessert, and Alice in Wonderland!

On Friday evening we celebrated my dear friend Jennifer’s 39th birthday by having dinner at our house and going to see Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland. We made a chicken/chorizo/rice dish – sort of like Paella, with some local ingredients (check out this recipe for an idea of what we made – we used chorizo […]

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Savory Bread Made With Sundried Tomatoes and Ground Almonds – Egg and Flour Free!

Today I am featuring my first guest recipe! This wonderful creation is from my next-door neighbor Jenny. Jenny is a nutritional therapist and a follower of the Weston A. Price philosophy. She has helped me in many ways on my food journey since nearly three years ago – in 2007. Whenever we have a conversation, […]